If you’re like many companies, you’re hearing a lot about managed service providers, (MSP’s) and why you need them. You’re also hearing scary stories about cybersecurity and the risks you and your staff could be taking every day. Well, IT consulting can offer your small business more than you think! IT Consulting for Small Business Offers More Than You Think Many businesses with in-house tech teams are starting to outsource
No matter how small your business team is, communication with that team is important. As the team grows bigger, communication becomes more difficult to maintain. But even the smallest of teams need the right tools to communicate, and that’s where VoIP for small businesses comes in. What Exactly is VoIP for Small Businesses? VoIP is an acronym that stands for voice over internet protocol. In other words, VoIP is phone calling
Those who are running and marketing small businesses are in competition with national chains that have a larger marketing budget and are therefore able to cast a wider net in terms of advertising. The digital age in which we currently live makes small businesses increasingly more likely to be successful amongst the competition. Online marketing practices are a necessity for marketing small businesses and increasing prominence, customer retention, and company profits.
In today’s world, it is hard to run a business – no matter how big or how small – without incorporating some form of technology. Whether you are using your smart-phone, a laptop, phone lines or anything with an Internet connection, technology is what makes it possible for your business to run smoothly. If you are unfamiliar with the technology your business requires, you may run into problems along the
The old axiom “security is only relevant when it fails” seems especially true after the seemingly endless string of massive cyber-attacks over the past few years. The costs of the security failures are staggering, and only seem to be increasing. According to the 2015 Cost of Data Breach Study: United States by the Ponemon Institute, a data breach’s total average organizational cost reached a benchmark $6.53 million, or about $217 per compromised record. And, the hidden costs, such as lost